Tooh Haltsooi Chapter

BUSINESS HOURS: Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm | CLOSED LUNCH: 12:00 pm-1:00 pm | Closed on all Holiday’s

Our Story

Mission Statement

The mission of Tooh Haltsooi Council of Naataanii is to provide a local guide for community growth and development so the families and business establishments can live in harmony with the natural, cultural, and social characteristics of the surroundings in an economically progressive and environmentally sensitive environment.

Sheep Springs is named after Tooh Haltsooi(Verdent Springs or Dibébito’ another orgin name is grassy field blowing in the wind, somewhat resembling waves on a lake, this term was used when we returned from our captivity in Fort Sumner). The Chapter is made up of the southern end of Land Managment District 12. The area of the land includes the eastern slopes and foothills of the Chuska Mountains. Most of the chapter lands are in the San Juan Basin. The entire chapter covers 169 square miles with elevations ranging from 5,000 to over 9,000 feet above sea level near Narbona Pass.

Tooh Haltsooi Chapter

chapter officials

Brian T. Yazzie | Chapter President
Ernest Smith | Chapter Vice President
Sallie A. Joe | Chapter Secretary/Treasurer
Honorable Amber Crotty | Chapter Council Delegate
Bennie Joe | Grazing Official

Chapter Administration

Kevin M. Begay | Chapter Manager
Aprilynn Begay | Chapter Administrative Assistant